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I Writing Make up words: 1.m, s, u, m, e, u – 2.s, a, m, o, u, f – 3.p, t, a, i, l, c, a - museum famous capital
I Writing Write the verbs in ing-form: Eat – Take - Sit - Visit – Cut - eating taking sitting visiting cutting
I Grammar Correct the mistakes: 1.You must to open your books. 2. He have to get up early. 3. You can play tennis? 4. Ann and Mike is friends. 5. There are a book and 2 pens in the bag. 6. Ben have a dog.
I Grammar The words are mixed. Put them in order: 1. every day, I, computer games, play, in my room. 2. always, dinner, she, at home, has, at 2 o’clock. 3. have to, we, will, tomorrow, go to school. 4. homework, must,they, their, do. 5. never, Misha, breakfast, cooks. - the -
I Reading Match pairs of rhyming words: Sea politician Good tree Musician male Book rude Tail cook
I Reading Cross out the odd word (mind reading rules): 1.sweet, meat, head, cheese, tea 2.kind, like, type, five, British 3.cook, tooth, juice, spoon, food 4.blind, mind, wind, wild
II Hometask 1. Say or sing the English alphabet 2. Name 5 colours 3. Name 5 school subjects 4. Name 5 sports 5. Name 5 English names 6. Name 5 professions
III England Write down the word combinations : Big Palace Trafalgar Tower Bloody Ben Buckingham Abbey Westminster Square
III England Answer the questions: 1. How many pence are there in one pound? 2. Where can you see ravens in London? 3. How much is the ticket in buses in London? 4. Who lived in Baker Street in London? 5. What is the colour of London taxies? 6. What is the colour of double-deckers in London?
III England Guess the sight of London What is this?
Tower Bridge It is the oldest and famous bridge across the Thames. Originally it was made of wood by the Romans, but it was often burnt down. Later it was made of stone. Finally it was rebuilt and made of concrete.
Trafalgar Square It is the central square of London and traditional place for people to meet. All sorts of protest meetings are held there. The statue of national hero Admiral Nelson stands there.
The Tower of London It has a long history. In the past it was a fortress, a prison, a castle and a zoo. It was built to protect the city from the enemies. There are a lot of ravens at this place. There is a legend that without them the Tower will fall.
Big Ben It’s a clock in the tower and it is a big bell. You can hear it every hour. People are allowed to get inside the Tower so that they can see the work of the clock. There is no lift and there are three hundred and forty steps (340). It weighs 13.5 tons.
The Houses of Parliament It is a place where the British Government sits. It consists of three parts: the Royal Apartments, the House of Lords and the House of Commons.
Buckingham Palace It’s the London home of the Queen. Buckingham Palace was built for John, first Duke of Buckingham, between 1702 and 1705. Changing the guards takes place there. The palace is open to public.